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FTTx / FTTH Network Planning and Design Software : Setics Sttar

Setics Sttar is the leading software for pre-planning and optimizing FTTx / FTTH network design. Planners use it to speed up and improve their strategic to detailed planning.

Designing the backbone or the last mile of an FTTx / FTTH network while finding the optimal cable routes is a complex task that needs to take into account the available infrastructure as well as many engineering parameters.

Sttar software helps network infrasctruture owners, network builders, service providers and municipalities to take the best decisions when designing their FTTx / FTTH plans, while better managing their engineering studies costs and duration.

Setics Sttar computes the best network according to constraints and costs, free network designers from tedious task and allow them to focus on more valuable task where human expertease is required. The benefits of the solution include a sharp reduction in engineering works and equipment costs through optimization, a significant cutback in design efforts, a better quality and consistency of the design, a more change-ready design thanks to the ease of iteration and multiple scenarios generation.

Since 2011, Sttar has been used in many engineering studies, network design and optimization projects for optical fiber networks. To date, several millions FTTx / FTTH Homes Passed were designed by Sttar software customers and by Setics for direct clients.

Contact us at http://www.setics-sttar.com/en/contact/

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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxdUejulDgw
    This is a sample of Telecom OSP planning, designing and visual maintenance aid software we are developing with the help of Open Source software in GIS (QGIS, PostGIS, PostGRESQL etc.)

  2. Thank you for making this video.

    Do you use SpatialNET for fibre design?

  3. any downloading link

  4. Amazing! Is there a way for automated fiber cut point detection with coordinates ?

  5. how did you add the end points ?